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Diospyros ebenum an ideal shade tree for cardamom elettaria cardamomum



Diospyros ebenum an ideal shade tree for cardamom elettaria cardamomum



Journal of Plantation Crops 12(2): 160-163



Pooled analysis of yield data from an experiment conducted at CPCRI [Central Plantation Crops Research Institute] Research Centre, Appangala, Karnataka [India], to evaluate shade trees for cardamom for 4 yr revealed that cardamom grown under karimaram (D. ebenum) yielded 40-50% more (121 g) than under elangi (Mimusops elangi), nandi (Lagerstroemia lanceolata) and jack (Artocarpus integrifolia) (79-89 g). Plants grown under karimaram produced more and larger panicles than by those under other shade trees. Observations on general characters of shade trees also confirmed that the karimaram is superior to other shade trees for growing cardamom.

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